A Gathering To Share Our Knowledge And Questions About Our Relationship To The Land And How We Can Link These Learning Opportunities To The Curriculum.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Early Childhood Educators, Kindergarten to Grade Two Teachers, EA’s, Teacher Assistants, Early Learning Administrators
COST: $ 100.00 (meals included) if not covered by your community school or board of education.
- Joseph Pitawanakwat, Creators Garden
- Stan Kozak, Learning Innovation Consultant
- Luanne Stewart, Literacy Specialist
- Josh Eshkawkogan, Kenjgewin Teg Elder-in-Residence
- Early Learning Educator – TBC
“What would be different if we lived with a strong sense that water, land, all of the world around us, are relatives? What if we love the world around us deeply, as our family? Our actions would then begin to reflect reciprocity in how we live and move in any direction, including seven generations into the future.”
— Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition, p. 135
LOCATION: Anderson Lake Spiritual Centre, Espanola
Outdoor Learning Opportunities
Incorporate Indigenous Knowledge
Linking Curriculum Expectations
Etended Learning to November 2-day PD